oh very good! Love the idea of the straw!
Aah, vive le vino, or something like that. Bene, bene.
Thank you for coming by my place and leaving your compliment!You are a very good poet, I know I have commented before, and I have told myself a time or two to hit the follow button, but for some reason I didn't...gonna change that you have got poetry chops!and I would have a straw also...pickling works from the inside as well ass the out...Wander
Excellent. Good to see he is a proponent of organic winemaking - no wonder he's so laid back. He should watch that straw-sipping though lest it bring a rush of alcohol to the blood.
Sounds like a wonderful idea...
Oh,I would love to indulge in a little vinotherapy too. That soothing effect sounds so good. MMMMmmm...... Thank you for sharing this, Mary. BTW, your poem reminds me of the wine glasses my daughter received for Christmas. They were a mason shaped jar perched on a stem. LOL =D
haha...immersion therapy....not that is taking it all the way....so do let us know if it works wont you...smiles...
Intriguing work, Helen.
Haha.. in truth he's drowning in his own sorrows? Lovely interpretation,
Love your response to the prompt.
Beautiful, like a fine Riesling...
I love the straw idea! good one- thanks.
You are one amazingly brilliant gal Helen! Love this as always!! :-)
Very clever. I love it all but the two last lines are magical.
M amazed at the creative thought behind this! When you drown in your crystal clear tears.
If "vinotherapy" isn't a real thing, it should be. Kudos to you for digging up the photographer's philosophy and for capturing his surreal spirit in your piece.
Vinotherapy. The invisible straw. Given a bigger jar, I might just jump in there with him!
Vinotherapy! What a great take! Now we know hwy the glass is half full. Fantastic! Vb
Very funny! This one really brought out the comic in everyone. K.
He's sippin' something and I want a share!rel
The straw brings in the reality, That's clever Helen! Great write!Hank
haha.. you demonstrated what Manu said!! to the point! well done!
Drinking his own bathwine? I hope he showered before the vinotherapy!Funny idea well executed, well, it was executed by the (last) straw!rel is welcome to it! yuk!(Sailed HM to Sydney Harbour yesterday, can see her mooring from the window of IXL's flat, how good is that!)
Jolly good, I would say!
What a great idea . . but is he getting too stoned for the one bird?
sublime. a bottle filled with delishiness [word?] creative.
oooooh, interesting. nice ending =)i sure hope its a little healthy paranoia,but i dont think paranoia can be healthy =Pthanks for your comment.
Ah, loved this -- especially the end, of course. Well done, Helen!
a lot of people prescribe to vinotherpayrenal test